Cue the Tactical Neural Implant mix of The Blade. Not as legible, but not nearly as pretentious as the previous version.

Thad got (relatively) bigger, while Greymalkin and Ornix (in his first appearance) got cropped a bit. Ornix is, fortunately, the last major character to be introduced in the book – chronologically, this is his first major appearance since chapter two of Dead City Radio. While his DCR bit hasn’t been produced yet, it’s a scene I’m married to – and no matter how I wind up changing the storyline or production to work (or when I even get to it), he’ll still be making his appearance. As will Beef Knuckleback.

Though they won’t be in the same scene. 😐

Cast

  • Thaddeus Gallahad

    A traumatic Awakening in the summer of 1997 was just the beginning of Thad’s emotional problems. The disappearance of most of his Pittsburgh friends a few weeks later compounded his issues and, while he...

  • Ornix Khan

    Ornix doesn’t let trivial things like ethics and morality get in the way of his loyalties or sense of reality. A longtime friend of Thad and a fellow “victim” of the Templar Waking God...

  • Ivan Kursk (Greymalkin)

    A former Soviet military officer, Greymalkin disappeared in southeast Asia in the spring of 1968. He surfaced in late 1969 as an adviser and fixer for Michael West, succeeding West as head of Thule...

  • Aleksis Murnau

    One of several resident psychotherapists at Bethlehem Medical Centre. A trained psionicist with a specialty in stealth spelunking and event recovery, Murnau can poke around the average mind without raising much of a ruckus....

  • Annathena Val

    BMC Long Term Care patient 6656, Annathena Val (hence Val) is a Cognitive Empath, born with an incredibly rare neurological disorder that arises only under a “perfect storm” of genetic abnormalities – a condition...

Glossary Articles

  • Bethlehem Medical Centre

    Bethlehem Medical Centre (BMC) is a hospital and detention facility located in the first parallel universe attached to Earth (aka “Earth 2.0”). Were it in this universe, the building would be a short drive...

  • Psi-Obs

    The Psionic Observation Ward is located in the most secure part of Bethlehem Medical Centre – Sub-level Three, way in the back. When properly staffed a number of security checkpoints prevent casual access to...

  • Sub-level Three

    Bethlehem Medical Centre Sub-level Three connects Psi-Obs and the secret exit to the Rail Tunnel as well as a number of storage bays and offices to the rest of the facility. It is one...

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